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    Woody Allen Completes Casting Untitled Stateside Film

    Woody Allen has completed casting his latest untitled film, which returns him stateside to New York and San Francisco this summer. It's Allen’s second time directing in San Francisco, where he shot his directorial debut, 1969's "Take the Money and Run."

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    Louis C.K., Andrew Dice Clay & Peter Sarsgaard Join Woody Allen's Next Film

    Well, casting has wrapped up on Woody Allen's next film and one pleasant surprise, one curveball and one solid actor have all come aboard the picture.

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    Watch Episode One Of 'Single Ladies' Now + Learn How Denise Vasi Got The Gig

    Based on your comments in response to how many of you watched the season premiere of VH1's Single Ladies, and what you all thought of it, there isn't an overwhelmingly one-sided argument in favor of or against the series.

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    Watch: Teaser Trailer For Chloe Sevigny's Transgender Assassin TV Series 'Hit & Miss'

    Certainly, Chloe Sevigny -- who has movies like "Kids" and "The Brown Bunny" on her resumé -- has never shied away from risky or challenging roles, but unlike those aforementioned films, this latest endeavor might be for her most mainstream audience yet.

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    CRUEL SUMMER: WARGAMES (1983)

    The fantastic opening sequence of "WarGames" uses one of the most basic constructs of video games: just when you think you’ve figured out a level, it turns out to be part of a bigger scenario.

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    Outfest Announces 30th Anniversary Lineup; Chris Colfer, Ira Sachs and 'Plague' Among Gala Screenings

    Outfest has just announced the lineup for its 30th Anniversary Edition. The festival's outdoor Closing Night screening will be Brian Dannelly's "Struck By Lightning," written by and starring "Glee" phenom Chris Colfer. [Go HERE for our interview with him.]

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    Watch: 'Prometheus' Trailer Made Entirely Out Of Paper

    For everyone who has had enough of the endless "Prometheus" chatter and marketing campaign and/or has been incessantly avoiding reading anything about it until this weekend when they can see it for themselves, here's something a bit different and fun.

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    50 Cent Doesn't Care What You Think Of His Straight-To-DVD Releases: "I've Already Seen A 60% Return..."

    "They'll spend a $120 million on a film or a whole bunch of money making a film and then a whole bunch of money promoting it a year before it actually comes out, and the money they get back in theaters is just the money they spent... And then it goes to dvd and everything is profit the...

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    MTV Developing a 'Scream' TV Series

    Do you like scary movies? How about scary teen TV dramas? According to TVLine, MTV's developing a weekly series based on Wes Craven's self-aware "Scream" horror franchise:

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    Report Puts Netflix Ahead of iTunes in VOD Market Share - Is the Subscription Model Taking Over? Discuss.

    IHS Screen Digest put out a report Friday that claims that Netflix now tops iTunes in terms of revenue and market share in the VOD business. But as an analysis of the report at PaidContent notes, this is less of an apples-apples (pardon) competition than it seems, with substantive splits between the...

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